Design submitted by Ignacio from Spain.
Ignacio says: The original idea came from my brother Jose. He showed me a sketch with 4 crosses and I helped to develop it and made the renders.
We thought at the moment it had to be a touchscreen. We also think that the screen is made of black mineral crystal lens (just like your watch Oberon), which can’t see anything until it is turned on.
The touch screen has 6 pressure points, 4 in the corners for the 4 buttons (backlight, time, date and alarm) and 2 in the middle so when we want to change the time/date/alarm, select what to change.
In the middle are the 4 crosses. The two above are the hours/months and in the bottom two minutes/day.
Each cross shows the numbers 0 to 9 with only 5 squares.
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